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Kingscote Boxing Gym
Kingscote Boxing Gym is a Professional and Amateur boxing gym in Blackpool. In September 2016 Eddy and Winston Harrison took over Kingscote Boxing Gym when Head coach of 13 years Anthony Moran decided to retire from the sport. The brothers have a long history with the gym, fighting for the gym and being trained by the many coaches that have passed through the Gym. These include Jonah Jones, Alan Levene and Warren Harrison.
In 2020 Kingscote started training professional boxers and began working closely with Kieran Farrell BEM, The Peoples Gym owner, manager and Promoter. This has enabled Kingscote Boxers to fight on DAZN, Matchroom boxing, BT Sport, Sky Sports, Euro sports, Fightzone and many other promotions. Kingscote fighters have also boxed in Dubai, Spain, Ireland and Scotland.
The gyms boxers have also had the opportunity to spar multiple world champions and Elite level boxers such as Callum Smith, Anthony Crolla, Liam Smith, Callum Johnson, Paul Butler, Tasha Jonas, Anthony Fowler, Stephen Smith, Alex Dilmaghani and Brian Rose.
Walkston Candy Sponsorship
Thanks to the Sponsorship from Walkston Candy, Enexus Energy, Blackpool Council, Sport England and the Lottery, Kingscote Boxing is able to provide all sessions for free.
The boxing class typically begins at 4pm and is for everyone 9+ years up. The class will focus on fitness and co-ordination skills which will then enable students to practice fundamental boxing techniques that will be used in learning boxing.
Once boxers have the necessary skills and fitness they can apply for an England Boxing membership. Once members pass the England boxing medical they can start sparring and competing in amateur boxing competitions.
1 to 1 and Private group sessions
We have many different coaches in the gym who specialise in different aspects of training. Technique, speed, conditioning etc. We also work with surrounding gyms that work with other boxers and offer sessions that can help develop fighters.
Professional class and Managment
Professional class training times vary daily. Generally training begins from 7.30am everyday and train with the amateurs in the evening. Please contact us if you would like to become a professional boxer. If you are an experienced amateur and would like to become a professional fighter then we can guide you in every aspect of the transition.
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